Harvest Drive Family Inn
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
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... needs of two senior dogs who have never done their business outside their own backyards ,even on frequent walks. These same two dogs have never been anywhere overnight except in the kennel owned by their groomer about 11 miles from home. Sincerely hoping that I will be pleasantly surprised with their reaction to traveling such a distance and so long a time ...
After a couple of days in Watkins Glen I had to get on the move again. It had been great staying with Mike Argetsinger and meeting more of his family, seeing the vineyard and once again driving around the old road circuit at the Glen. And enjoying being by the lake...
But the road beckoned, you'd have to say. After five weeks in the US and Canada I still have goals to meet, in particular states ...
... of back streets and explained things about the area as we went. We found a really interesting antique shop and spent some time there looking at everything including more pumpkins. We saw beautiful farming land and then head off for one of the oldest townships of the aera. here we had a pub lunch and wandered through the streets and graveyards enjoying the beauty- and the occasional ...
Not as fun as it sounds. Arrived late at night and drove past some lit up buggies which was cool. Woke up to the sound of horses hooves and buggies going part, hopefully not noticing me peering out the window. My vision of little fruit and veg stores with nice homemade wares was quickly shattered as we wandered around the ...
... cornfields. I am sure Stan was oblivious, but I could not help but notice the clothes hanging out to dry from the many farmsteads. The Amish do not use dryers! It reminded me so much of mommy's clotheslines in Salmon Bay, whites, followed by darks; in this case, the men's overalls and trousers. Was more than a little nostalgic and had to lift my goggles a few times to let ...